Republic of Moldova

A review of national career development support systems
Publication Date: 21 Jan 2022
Source: ILO
This report synthesises the results of four national career development support system reviews in  Armenia, Moldova, Panama, and Viet Nam. The analysis introduces examples of national career development practices and policies, challenges and recommendations for further actions. The report illustrates the added value of ongoing and finalised national review processes, their contribution to system and policy development, taking into account  their diverse societal, economic, and political contexts, as well as the different stages of developing their career development support sys­tems. Aspects discussed include availability and use of labour market information, fragmentation of services, inequalities in access to career support, use of digital technology and the engagement of social partners.
Project documentation
SABER Workforce Development Moldova Country Report 2013
Publication Date: 13 Sep 2021
Source: International organizations-World Bank
This report presents a comprehensive diagnostic of the
Republic of Moldova’s workforce development (WfD)
policies and institutions. The analysis is based on a
World Bank research tool created under the Systems
Approach for Better Education Results (SABER) initiative
and purposefully designed to provide systematic
documentation and assessment of WfD policies and
institutions. The SABERͲWfD benchmarking tool also
aims to assist the government with the implementation
of the VET Development Strategy in the context of
international experience and global good practices.
Policies supporting youth transition to work in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine
Publication Date: 07 Sep 2021
Source: International organizations-ETF
Providing an overview of youth labour markets in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and a description of the policy frameworks and measures in place to support youth transition to work, this report identifies the main challenges that young people face during their transition from education to work and priority areas for future action by governments to address these challenges.
The future of work – New forms of employment in the Eastern Partnership countries: Platform work
Publication Date: 07 Sep 2021
Source: International organizations-ETF
The report aims to trigger a wider reflection on policy implications arising from the new trends in online labour and skills demand and changes in work organisation. The assessment considers possible measures to mitigate challenges and foster opportunities (digital access), protect workers (labour legislation, social security and social dialogue) and enhance skills formation, development and utilisation (education and training provision, including career guidance and skills recognition). The analysis focuses on both country-specific and common regional elements, which could direct national and regional actions, including those supported by the European Union.